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development of gazal in Arabic literature, pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods. by A. Khaldun Kinani

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Published by Syrian University Press] in [Damascus .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Love poetry -- History and criticism,
  • Arabic poetry -- History and criticism

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Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ7541 K5
The Physical Object
Pagination382p.
Number of Pages382
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17236084M

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  "A. KH. KINANY PH. D. The Development of Gazal in Arabic Literature (Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Periods). — Syrian University Press, Damascus, Author: H. Ritter. Read "A. KH. KINANY PH. D. The Development of Gazal in Arabic Literature (Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Periods). — Syrian University Press, Damascus, s., Oriens" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at . The development of Ghazal in Arabic literature (pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods) Author: Kinany, A. K. Awarding Body: SOAS University of London Current Institution: SOAS, University of London Date of Award: Author: A. K. Kinany. The ghazal, along with the other Arabic poetic genres, inherited from its pre-Islamic origins the formal verse structure of the qasîdah. A poem in this form is always constructed from lines of a single meter, where each line (called a bayt in Arabic and a sher in Persian) is constructed from two metrical hemistiches and ends on the same rhyme.

Islamic arts - Islamic arts - Early Islamic literature: With the coming of Islam, the attitude of the Arabs toward poetry seems to have changed. The new Muslims, despite their long-standing admiration for powerful language, often shunned poetry as reminiscent of pagan ideals now overthrown, for the Qurʾān (in sura ff.) condemned the poets “who err in every valley, and say what they. Arabian Plate before the rise of Islam in the s. The study of Pre-Islamic Arabia is important to Islamic studies as it provides the context for the development of Islam. Studies The scientific studies of Pre-Islamic Arabs starts with the Arabists of the early 19th century when they managed to decipher epigraphic Old South Arabian (10th. both the pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods. The later depiction of this beauty was derived Kinany, Ahmad Khaldun. The Development of Gazal in Arabic Literature (Pre-Islamic and Early. The pre Islamic prose literature based upon genealogy, history and polite and elegant literature comprising of proverbs, maxims, stories, legends and descriptions. The language of the pre Islamic prose literature was mutually corresponded with its own themes.

Hence, they were early recognized as a source, second only to poetry, for the knowledge of the history, manners, customs, and superstitions of the Pre-Islamic Arabs. In subsequent periods also, there was a remarkable curiosity to pick up pithy and suggestive lines and phrases from poetry and prose and to pass them round in speech and writing.   This evolution was highly affected by various external influences that were able to permeate the cloak of the Arab society throughout the existence of Arabic literature. Arabic literature began planting its seeds in Arabian soil in the late 5th century, two hundred years before the advent of Islam, a period known as the Pre-Islamic period. Islamic arts - Islamic arts - Dance and theatre: The performing arts have received comparatively little attention in the otherwise rich literature of the Islamic peoples. This is most probably a result of the suspicions entertained by some orthodox Muslim scholars concerning the propriety of dance and theatre. Because this applies particularly in relation to the vexing theological question of. Arabic literature (Arabic: الأدب العربي ‎ / ALA-LC: al-Adab al-‘Arabī) is the writing, both as prose and poetry, produced by writers in the Arabic Arabic word used for literature is "Adab", which is derived from a meaning of etiquette, and which implies politeness, culture and enrichment.. Arabic literature emerged in the 5th century with only fragments of the.